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EMS workers unhappy with proposed 12-to-12 shift change

KHON2News reports - "Problems with EMS workers resurfaced again over the weekend when ambulance units had to be shut down because the department was understaffed.

A proposed solution would change the work schedule to 12-hour shifts, but KHON2 also found out that the workers are not happy about it -- mainly because of when the shift starts and ends.

KHON2 spoke with a worker who wanted to remain anonymous. He was told that proposed shift would be noon to midnight and midnight to noon. Workers say it just doesn't make any sense."...   Read the full story

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